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CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
Ron William, founder and principal strategist at RW Market Advisory, takes a technical peek at WTI crude oil, and looks at the spread between it and Brent oil, while discussing related setups on the S&P 500 and gold.
Oil slipped as speculators awaiting the outcome of a Federal Reserve meeting retreated from bets on a further rise of U.S. crude.
Class action lawsuits like the ones BP is facing in the U.S. are a "business model" that serves only to benefit attorneys, the chief executive of BP told CNBC.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said it has found cases where an affiliate of JPMorgan manipulated the electricity market. The two sides are reportedly in settlement talks.
A series of explosions rocked a propane tank servicing plant in central Florida, northwest of Orlando, late on Monday, wounding some people and prompting the evacuation of homes.
Congress is poised to increase the economic pressure on Iran and its nuclear program in a vote expected to take place late next week.
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal warned that the Gulf Arab kingdom needed to reduce its reliance on crude oil and diversify its revenues.
One look at the BMW i3 and you'll know this is not your typical BMW.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities market. Crude finished the day down on concerns over tomorrow's Fed meeting. And natural gas prices hit their lowest level since March 1st.
Oil prices were mixed on Monday, with U.S. oil settling above $104 as supply disruptions in Europe helped halt last week's losses.
The average price of a gallon of gas in the U.S. rose for the first time in 10 weeks, as retailers passed on higher wholesale costs to consumers, according to a survey.
Benchmark oil prices may soften further this week if official data confirm China's manufacturing slowed to its slowest in 11 months, implying lower demand for primary inputs.
Libya has posted an online advertisement seeking a candidate to run its central bank, although it is not quite clear whether that means the man who has been doing the job has been fired.
As electric and hybrid vehicles drive into the consciousness of mainstream buyers, manufacturers are rethinking conventional approaches to their exteriors.
Halliburton has agreed to plead guilty to destroying evidence related to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.
The rapidly melting Arctic is an "economic time bomb" likely cost the world at least $60 trillion. The Financial Times reports.
Oil sheiks learning to farm; sustainable Chinese bacon; fresh water in the desert, Rio's workers stringing LED bulbs across Copacabana. This is the new reality of scareconomics.
Carbon dioxide is a vast source of untapped energy, according to new research that describes how to harvest it.